Amidst some blurry pictures of “Jungle Jim’s” famous funny car, was a New England Dragway entrance ticket from August 6th 1972. How intriguing I thought… I pulled it out of the album and flipped over the business card that was with it, only to discover something truly incredible. . . . → Read More: In the 1972, Drag Racing Was a Bit Slower.
A few weeks ago, I found myself with a flat tire in the RX8. The air had been leaking out slowly over a few days, so I assumed that I had a nail in it, as usual. . . . → Read More: 5 Easy Steps To Repairing a Tire With Hair Spray and a Shovel
It’s got some old blue patina on it, and looks like it could tell some great stories. It’s too bad that tools can’t talk. . . . → Read More: What Is The Oldest Tool In Your Tool Box?
Old Jaguars are beautiful, especially the 1958-60 XK-150′s. . . . → Read More: This is a Jaguar XK 150
Last week, I decided to replace the ol’ spark plugs on my 2005 Subaru Impreza RS. While the car was running perfectly fine, I figured that they were due since the car had 105K miles on it. . . . → Read More: Spark Plugs: The Old Vs. The New
If you have ever used POR-15 before, you likely have learned three things: . . . → Read More: Tip Of The Day – POR-15 Paint Can Edition